Install WAE Live
Before you begin
Cisco WAE Live cannot be installed on the same machine where the WAE 7.1 server software is installed.
Confirm that the WAE Live server requirements are met (see WAE Live Requirements).
Do not install WAE Live as a root user.
Confirm that you have a WAE 7.1 Live license on the server.
WAE Live is installed in
$CARIDEN_ROOT/software/live. For example:
If you plan to migrate WAE Live 6.4.9 or older data, first upgrade to WAE Live 6.4.10. Then, enter the same installation directory that was used in WAE Live 6.4.x when prompted to install WAE 7.1. For example, if
$CARIDEN_ROOTis defined as
/opt/caridenin WAE Live 6.4.x, then confirm that
$CARIDEN_ROOTin WAE 7.1 is also defined as
Navigate to and download the Cisco WAE Live package from the Cisco Download Software site.
Log in to the server, copy the Cisco WAE Live package <WAE-Live-7x-xxxxxLinux-x86_64.bin> to a local directory, and start a bash shell.
Install the Cisco WAE Live package.
If prompted, install the required software packages using the yum command.
Follow the installation prompts.
After installation, set environment variables and source ~/.profile to get the necessary settings.
Install WAE Live data store. For more information, see Install WAE Live Data Store.
Start WAE Live services.
Start one of the supported browsers and enter https://server-ip:8443, where server-ip is the IP address of the server on which you have WAE Live installed. The default password for the admin user is "admin". The default password for the user user is "user". You will be prompted to change the default login credentials upon first login.